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Chronicling the African Renaissance

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Influencer Issue
7 months ago

Influencer Issue

This issue will focus on thought leaders, truth-tellers, trendsetters, and other influencers in the African and Diaspora communities. Each article will bring you new vibrant voices to tune into. Start reading here. …
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Legends Issue
1 year ago

Legends Issue

What makes a classic a classic? What defines an icon? This issue is packed with classic recipes, iconic brands in the making and legends-to-be. With each article, we exemplify …
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Freedom Issue
2 years ago

Freedom Issue

The Freedom Issue, our 12th issue, pays homage to freedom of thought and expression. Our aim is to highlight the controversial issues that affect our generation from human …
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Assata Taught Me: An intimate two-actor play set in Havana
3 days ago

Assata Taught Me: An intimate two-actor play set in Havana

Tucked above The Prince Albert Pub in Notting Hill is The Gate Theatre, a seventy-five-person venue with global acclaim that prides itself on producing theatre that “tackles big ideas of …
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Expat vs Immigrant: Almost Parisienne weighs in on the debate
5 days ago

Expat vs Immigrant: Almost Parisienne weighs in on the debate

On Ayiba’s recent European Tour, our founder met up with the YouTubers behind the channel Almost Parisienne for an Afropolitan Diary feature. As young women who chose to move to …
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The #AyibaEuroTour: That time I planned a business trip for my side hustle
5 days ago

The #AyibaEuroTour: That time I planned a business trip for my side hustle

This year, as I’ve mentioned I plan to take Ayiba to a new level and be as daring as I was when I decided to create a global African online …
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Chimamanda Adichie and Trevor Noah walk on a stage…Watch what happens next
5 days ago

Chimamanda Adichie and Trevor Noah walk on a stage…Watch what happens next

If you missed this discussion on straddling multiple cultural identities between Nigerian-born National Book Critics Circle Award-winning novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Trevor Noah, the South African-born host of Comedy …
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Scholarships and Internships for African Millennials
6 days ago

Scholarships and Internships for African Millennials

Take advantage of these great scholarships and opportunities brought to you by Ayiba Magazine. If you find them helpful, remember to share with your friends. Also, subscribe to our newsletter …
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Nigerian Sisters Create Sunscreen for Black Skin
6 days ago

Nigerian Sisters Create Sunscreen for Black Skin

Two sisters, Chinelo Chidozie and Ndidi Obidoa, founders of the black skin care line Bolden, are about to launch sunblock designed specifically for black people and other darker skin tones. Contrary …
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Pap Culture is bringing South African Swag to YouTube
1 week ago

Pap Culture is bringing South African Swag to YouTube

YouTube vlogging trio Nwabisa Mda, Thembe Mahlaba, and Bongeka Masango have been “changing the documented narrative of African youth culture” through Pap Culture, their proudly South African YouTube channel – …
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Journey to West Africa for Litro Magazine’s latest #WorldSeries installment
1 week ago

Journey to West Africa for Litro Magazine’s latest #WorldSeries installment

Journey to West Africa for Litro Magazine’s latest #WorldSeries instalment – an inaugural Literary Weekender – to explore the cultural and literary landscapes of Ghana and Nigeria: a Literary Highlife. …
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Europe’s Largest African Fashion Conference Returns To London
2 weeks ago

Europe’s Largest African Fashion Conference Returns To London

The Fashion Africa Conference hosted by the social Enterprise Africa Fashion Guide returns to London on Africa Day in May 2017. There is no other Fashion conference of this scale outside of …
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RECAP: Yale’s 2017 African Development Conference Inspired Collaboration
2 weeks ago

RECAP: Yale’s 2017 African Development Conference Inspired Collaboration

The Yale Association for African Peace and Development (YAAPD), an undergraduate student organization of Yale University founded in 2012, is aimed at complementing the university’s liberal arts curriculum with education …
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